Today, men care more of their appearance and one of the most popular treatments is the total or partial removal of certain body hairy areas. The most common areas to remove those annoying hairs are: chest, chin, neck, abdomen, legs, and buttocks, especially in the case of athletes.

The men, apart from plucking or shaving these body parts, increasingly prefer, an effective hair removal that decreases the density and length of hair making a finer, smoother and youthful looking hair. Sometimes they can apply for the total eradication of hair instead of down in hair density or size.

Laser technology emits light pulses that reach the end of the hair follicle and transform it into heat. The process inactivates the cells responsible for hair growth in that area. That involves the progressive loss of hair until desired density, so we can achieve a partial or permanent hair removal.

Our medical laser department differs from the aesthetic laser equipment hair removal, (with more limited and less effective benefits) and offer excellent results with few sessions and nothing painful. In laser hair removal if a good equipment of medical laser is not use, you run the risk of weakening the hair, making it lose the pigment (melanin), but without removing it. That will be a fine, light hair, but very difficult to eradicate.

The more white is the skin and darker hair the hair removal will be more effective. It is also necessary that the hair to be in the growth phase for permanent disposal. It is recommended not to sunbathe before or after the laser application and shave the desired area about 4 days before treatment.

After a laser session can appear a slight erythema or redness feeling. This may last a few hours. After the session you can return to your daily activities but you must avoid sun exposure. We recommend one skin care post-laser, between sessions and to enhance the effects the most.

Our technology adapts to all types of men’s skin, ensuring gentle, painless, fast and definitive treatments.

  • OPERATING ROOM: Clinic treatment
  • ANESTHESIA: Topical cream
  • SURGERY: Outpatient treatment

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